In Conversation with NATRAX's Manish Jaiswal
Manish Jaiswal, Director, NATRAX, discusses the track's maintenance requirements and how the recent custom duty exemption policies on imported cars are increasing the demand for testing at the facility.
The NATRAX high-speed test track at Indore is a proving ground which is enabling high-speed testing of vehicles with its highly-engineered road surface that is designed to enable cars touch top speeds of up to 350kph.
Autocar India created a top-speed record at this track by taking the Pininfarina Battista electric hyper car to 358kph. Dr Manish Jaiswal tells Hormazd Sorabjee, editor, Autocar India, what it takes to keep this track in top-notch condition and how the new custom duty exemption norms on imported cars is driving demand for testing at this track.
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